October 29, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Indians Top Bears, Shut Out Panthers

Brewster also shuts out Panas, 4-0, falls to Yorktown

MAHOPAC—The Brewster and Mahopac High boys soccer teams hooked up for a cold and dark meeting last Friday at the new Baldwin Meadows field in Mahopac, and it was the Indians who walked off with a 4-1 League 1-B victory. More...

Remembering an Old Friend on the Hunt

THE PUtNAM SpORtsMAN

My oldest friend, Mike McBride, from Lake Carmel, is out in a tree stand, overlooking a farm field in South Carolina on the first day of a five-day, semi-guided deer hunt on a large ranch. More...

Brewster Knocked Out Early in 14-0 Loss to Yorktown

BREWSTER—It was a quick 1-2 knockout combination, and then a long, cold and wet night for the Brewster High football team, which was shut out 14-0 Friday night in a non-playoff loss at Yorktown. More...

‘Pac Indians Pummel Clarkstown North, 35-0

MAHOPAC—Dillon Addonizio ran for 112 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries to lead the Mahopac High football team to a 35-0 rout of Clarkstown North in a non-playoff game Friday night at Mahopac. More...

PV Girls Soccer Team Falls in Season Finale

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley High girls soccer team lost their final game of the season at home to Croton by a score of 4-1. It was a disappointing end to senior night for the Tigers as they lost in a hard fought game. More...

Animal Kingdom USA’s Ask Critter Chatter

Lynne from Hopewell Jct. asks: Should I get health insurance for my pet?

Dear Lynne, With veterinarian medicine becoming as sophisticated as human medicine, this question is being asked all the time. More...

Hopes Born, Dashed on Rams

Rams score five on 11-3 Hornets, then get stung by short-handed Yorktown

CARMEL—Even Carmel High boys soccer coach Mike Gizzo can’t really explain the 5-0 whipping his Rams put on 11-3 Lakeland last Friday, but neither Gizzo or his players had reason to smile Monday after Yorktown – playing a man down &n More...

Brewster Swimmers Win Divisional Championship

Bears set for weekend sectionals

BREWSTER—The Brewster High swim team won the Conference 1 divisional championship last Saturday at Beacon High School, edging out Arlington and John Jay EF. The Bears finished with 360 points. More...

Rams Playoff Run Stifled by Late-Game Admiral Comeback

ARLINGTON—Up by 11 points with just over six minutes to go it looked like the Carmel Rams would be advancing past the Arlington Admirals in the opening round of Class AA football playoffs. Senior R.J. More...

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PV XC Looks Good in Coaches Invitational

PUTNAM VALLEY—The Putnam Valley cross country team went to Bowdoin Park in Wappinger Falls for the Coaches Invitational on Saturday. Out of 67 total teams, Putnam Valley finished 32nd. More...

Rams, Indians Settle for Scoreless Tie

MAHOPAC—Courtney Stein’s goal with 4:15 remaining turned out to be the game-winner last Thursday, as the Mahopac High field hockey team edged Yorktown, 4-3, in a League 1-B game played at Mahopac. More...

Brewster Boys Run Well Take Second at Invite

BREWSTER—Placing only two runners in the top 10 and four in the top 20, the Brewster High boys cross country team had to settle for a second-place finish at the Coaches Invitational, run at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls Saturday. More...

Firefighters Remember Art Brady and Bob Johnson at Installation

Putnam County’s sole female fire chief, Ann Link, took her oath of office at the Mahopac Falls Fire Department installation, but the evening belonged to two longtime members of the fire service—Art Brady and Bob Johnson—who both pa More...

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